Kingston, Rhode Island-USA-January 26, 2017-The Non-profit World War II Foundation is excited to announce that its 18th documentary film D-Day: Over Normandy, focused on the personal stories of those who served in World War II and filmed exclusively by drone camera on location in Normandy, France will make its European premiere at the Utah Beach Museum on June 2nd.
The Film Will Be Part of the Opening Night Red Carpet Event to Kick-Off the First Normandie-World War II International Film Festival
See a sample of our Drone video of Pointe-du-Hoc by Clicking Here.
The film will play in the museum’s theatre on a loop from 8PM to 11PM as part of the opening night red carpet event at the museum to kick off the first Normandie-World War II International Film Festival.
The opening night event on June 2nd will be followed by three nights of film screenings in nearby Bayeux, France showcasing new films and short features from around the world focused on stories from WWII.
The film is produced by Tim Gray Media and the World War II Foundation, official hosts of the 2017 Normandie-WWII film festival. The new film is not entered in the festival.
“We are excited to bring this film with us to Normandy as it showcases some extraordinary scenes from above the battlefields, beaches and villages where the invasion on June 6, 1944 was fought,” said Tim Gray, Chairman of the World War II Foundation.
Tickets for the red carpet event, in honor of D-Day, 2nd Ranger George Klein and the three nights of film screenings in Bayeux can be purchased at: http://www.wwiifoundation.org/events/filmfest/
Also scheduled to attend the opening night event on June 2nd are some of the actors from the Band of Brothers television series and American Emmy Award-winning actor Kyle Chandler, official chairman of the film festival.
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